Education Clearinghouse

The CLIC Education Clearinghouse is a centralized space where the CTSA community can find and share a variety of education and workforce development resources for a broad range of audiences, from the general public to Principal Investigators. Users can select and filter through a number of different areas: learning domains, tags (keywords), target learners, and more. Each entry presents a detailed profile of the resource so that users can efficiently choose a resource that’s right for them. These detailed profiles provide links (and access instructions, if needed) to the resources on the hub or external institution that is hosting the content.


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  • CLIC

    Looking for new strategies for your KL2 or TL1 program? Are you worried about a lack of diversity and inclusion within your institution? How are you ensuring the diversity of the clinical science workforce? Not sure where to start? From Insights to Action is a collection of actionable questions inspired by hubs’ stories of ongoing progress and success in the Careers in Clinical & Translational

  • The toolkit comprises a set of power point slide sets (modules) intended to serve as a resource for persons delivering presentations aiming to heighten and facilitate older adult inclusion in clinical and translational research.
  • University of Iowa

    Order of lectures: Session Topic 1. Overview of systematic literature reviews (SLR) and meta-analysis Key Considerations when performing a SLR 2. Designing data abstraction forms Quality and bias assessment tools 3. Heterogeneity Pooling data – Fixed vs. random effects Publication Bias 4. MOOSE and PRISMA criteria 5. Meta-Analysis of Qualitative Studies (Seaman lecture) Also on CLIC: step by step

  • Osteogenesis Imperfecta Foundation

    On June 24, 2021 Tracy Hart, CEO of the OI Foundation, and Dr. Deborah Krakow, OIF Medical Advisory Council (MAC) member, discussed women's health and pregnancy research. This conversation is part of a series highlighting the work of the Brittle Bone Disorders Consortium (BBDC), a multi-center program that focuses on understanding and providing better treatment options for all types of

  • Osteogenesis Imperfecta Foundation

    On Wishbone Day, May 6, 2021, Cameron Penn, President of the OIF Board of Directors, interviewed Dr. Brendan Lee, Principal Investigator for the Brittle Bone Disease Consortium (BBDC). Their discussion covered the history of the BBDC, current OI research, and answered audience questions. This conversation is part of a series highlighting the work of the Brittle Bone Disorders Consortium (BBDC), a

  • University Of Southern California

    This 2-hour interactive workshop "Tips for Collecting High-Quality Qualitative Data" is based on a unique qualitative research support service offered by the Southern California Clinical and Translational Science Institute (SC CTSI) core group called Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Research Design (BERD) and provided by Dr. Rachel Ceasar. Workshop facilitators, including Dr. Ceasar, offer tips for

  • University of Virginia

    Electronic medical record (EMR) data is encoded in patient charts through the course of clinical care and subsequent patient billing. Coded data in the electronic records (such as information stored as ICD/CPT/LOINC/RxNorm codes) provide vast amounts of valuable patient data. However, effectively applying data science tools to EMR data requires understanding dataset limitations and avoiding common

  • University Of Southern California

    This 60-minute interactive workshop "Engaging Techniques for Teaching Students & Scholars How to Read Scientific Papers" is based on a unique USC Keck School of Medicine course for undergraduates, grad students, and PhDs enrolled together and taught by Dr. Leonardo Morsut. Workshop facilitators, including Dr. Morsut, present common reasons why reading research can be so challenging (even for

  • Harvard Medical School

    Fundamentals & Applications of Clinical and Translational Research (FaCToR) offers an overview of the concepts of clinical/translational research through the dynamic and interactive medium of online learning. As a selected participant of this online course, you will learn about the spectrum of clinical and translational research from first-in-human studies to healthcare interventions implemented

  • This module gives an overview of different gerontologized measures and resources.

  • A module on the research implications of aging, multimorbidity, polypharmacy, and inter-current health events.

  • This module describes the unique benefits of including older adults in clinical research.

  • This session will focus on multiple chronic conditions as a dimension of intersectionality needed for inclusion of older adults in research.

  • This annotated slide set introduces study teams to the NIH Inclusion Across the Lifespan Policy, and describes barriers and solutions to inclusion of older adults in research.

  • This module identifies study design and statistical analysis strategies that can help assure that clinical investigations including older adults provide valid information and yield maximal insight.
  • Harvard Medical School

    Community engagement in research creates trust between academic researchers and communities and, ultimately, improves community health. To bolster this partnership, Harvard Catalyst has created Community-Engaged Research, an online course designed for both researchers and community members running October 13-December 17. This course will help researchers like you build trusting relationships with

  • Scripps Research Institute

    How can genetics be used in clinic with my patients? Can genetic information really improve outcomes? Genetic testing is constantly changing. How can I keep up? Precision Medicine for Your Practice is an online educational program being developed by the Scripps Research Translational Institute, the American Medical Association and The Jackson Laboratory to help clinicians answer these questions

  • Rockefeller University

    This series coordinated by the Heilbrunn Family Center for Research Nursing at the Rockefeller University CTSA is designed to give nurses and clinicians the knowledge and skills they need to participate in research, step by step. Each column will present the concepts that underpin evidence-based practice- from research design to data interpretation. The articles are accompanied by a podcast

  • Oregon Health and Science University
    This class will cover the most common questions regarding survey design and administration - and provide the answers! Topics we will cover include: Writing great survey questions Choosing previously validated questions Selecting survey software and administration methods Maximizing response rates Budgeting for your survey Designing your survey to facilitate data analysis Piloting your survey. We
  • University Of Utah

    NIH Heal Award winner and University of Utah researcher Julie Fritz discusses her expertise on musculoskeletal and back pain on the heels of winning being awarded the NIH HEAL Award grant.

  • University Of Utah

    Research Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine Dr. Lindsay Keegan contributes her presentation "What Is Key Concepts in Infectious Disease Dynamics Through the Lens of COVID-19" to the TL1 "What Is?" Conference" series.

  • University Of Utah

    The NCATS Life Course Research Visual Toolkit is an asynchronous population health science series broken down into broader themes within the discipline. Life course research embraces the complexity of health and disease development, tackling the extensive interactions between genetics and the environment. Recent advances in computational analytics, computer science, and data collection allow for

  • University Of Utah

    Associate Professor of Population Health Sciences Dr. JD Smith presents "What Is Implementation Science?" as part of Utah CCTS' TL1 "What Is?" conference series.

  • Virginia Commonwealth University
    The VCU Wright Center for Clinical and Translational Research provides professional development support to early career faculty. In 2020 and 2021 the center offered a three-part Community Engaged Research (CEnR) Seminar Series, allowing VCU junior faculty and researchers to receive training in CEnR – to help them apply the principles of CEnR to their own clinical and translational research. Now a
  • Tufts University Boston

    This seminar and panel discussion will focus on best practices for surviving peer review and successfully resubmitting an NIH proposal. Seasoned PIs will review reasoning and rationale behind changes they have made in response to study section review. Drawing on insights they have gained as applicants, reviewers, and mentors, they will delve into approaches to evaluating Summary Statements

  • Tufts University Boston

    Clinical trial feasibility – it’s a standard part of recruitment planning and essential for predicting enrollment success. Yet so often it’s easy to get wrong, putting timelines and budget at risk. And whether that’s because there’s too great a focus on quantitative factors – such as volume of patients or number of competing studies – it’s clear that study sponsors and sites can benefit from an

  • Tufts University Boston

    What is stakeholder and community engagement (SCE), and why is it important? Learn the benefits, strategies, and methods at Stakeholder Engagement in Patient-Centered Comparative Effectiveness Research. This seminar, taught by Thomas Concannon, PhD, Tufts CTSI’s Director of Stakeholder and Community Engagement and Assistant Director of Comparative Effectiveness Research, will review previous

  • Tufts University Boston

    When you spend most of your research in a lab, the idea of engaging stakeholders in research may not seem tangible or practical. In this course, Thomas Concannon, PhD, Co-Director of Tufts CTSI Stakeholder and Community Engagement, interviews Jonathan Garlick, DDS, PhD, Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, whose journey of stakeholder engagement has transformed his stem cell research. Learn

  • Tufts University Boston

    Learn how to make your research patient-centered, and find out how engagement fits into your research process at Preparing for Patient-Centered and Stakeholder-Engaged Research. Thomas Concannon, PhD, Tufts CTSI’s Co-Director of Stakeholder and Community Engagement, will share his expertise and explain several models for engaging with stakeholders.

  • Tufts University Boston

    This lecture provides researchers with practical guidance for carrying out and evaluating multi-stakeholder engaged research projects. The material presented can assist researchers to consider more systematically which stakeholder groups to involve, in what study roles, and by what modes of engagement. By documenting how stakeholders are paired up with specific roles, the matrix also provides a